Just because you need the performance specs behind a GMC Sierra 2500HD doesn’t mean you don’t care how it looks. Luckily for you, there are tons of exterior color options and interior styles for you to choose from.
Know what you’re looking for, and you can track down the used truck dealership that has the perfect truck for you. That’s why we highlighted all the options for you here. You can figure out the exact truck you’re looking for and start your search. All that’ll be left for you to do is sign the paperwork!
You might think that as you go up in trim levels, you can get just about any color option out there, and while that holds some weight, it’s not foolproof. For instance, the Brownstone Metallic color option is available for the SLE, SLT, and AT4 trim levels, but not the Denali.
Meanwhile, if you want the Carbon Black Metallic color, you’ll need the Denali trim level. We broke down each color option available for each trim level here.
While these might be the lower trim levels, that doesn’t mean there aren’t many color options to choose from. With eight different choices, there’s a good chance you can find a color you’ll love.
Just because it’s a super-loaded truck option doesn’t mean that you have a ton of color options to choose from. With the AT4 it’s about performance, and that’s why you only get four of their most popular color choices.
There are tons of perks that come with getting a GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali, but I bet one you didn’t know was more color options. While every color option from previous trim levels aren’t available, you certainly get more choices to choose from overall!
Before we dive too far into the different interior options the GMC Sierra 2500HD comes with, we want to highlight a few of the overall color schemes and materials you can get.
Modern GMC Sierra 2500HDs almost always come with different leather interiors, but some of the base models do come with the cloth interior options we highlighted here.
Once you have a color scheme in mind for the interior, there are a few interior options you need to consider. For starters, you need to decide if you want the 40/20/20 split-bench seat or the bucket seats.
The bench seats come with under-seat storage, but the bucket seats give you a full access center console with an optional lockable vault.
Other options include:
These are all optional upgrades, but depending on the trim package and the model year, which options are available for each vehicle. Contact our team today or stop by the dealership.